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Community Learning Center (CLC) Extended Day Program » What is the Community Learning Center (CLC)

What is the Community Learning Center (CLC)

The 21st Century Community Learning Center (CLC) Extended Day program at Neil Armstrong Middle School is offering year round clubs and academic support during the 2023-24 school year!  
These opportunities are all free of charge and are available to all 7th and 8th graders within the Forest Grove and Cornelius communities. Monday through Thursday from 2:26PM - 4:20PM.
First day of clubs will be November 13, 2023
Daily Schedule: 
  • 2:26          Students report to the cafeteria
  • 2:26-2:45  Meal time
  • 2:45-4:20  Club time
  • 4:20          Dismissal 
  • Buses will be available at 4:20 only for students who normally ride a bus to school. 
The activities below will be offered by school District staff, community members and partners, ensuring students grow and connect academically, socially, & emotionally.

21st CCLC Program Goals

Goal 1: Equitable Programming 

21st CCLC Programs provide equity-driven expanded learning opportunities that support every child with equitable access to safe, inclusive, and welcoming learning environments.

Goal 2: Academic Enrichment 

21st CCLC programs provide expanded learning opportunities for academic enrichment that explore and build on concepts from the school day to help students meet state and local student performance standards in core academic subjects including reading/language arts, math and science.

Goal 3: Youth Development 

21st CCLC programs provide a broad array of student-centered, well-rounded enrichment opportunities that spark joy, connection and curiosity to deepen learning and promote positive youth development.

Goal 4: Family Engagement 

21st CCLC programs engage caregivers and families at the individual and community level to co-create meaningful learning experiences and promote active engagement in students’ education.